Saturday, May 13, 2006

Girls Guide

I thought I'd hate this book, but it turned out to be the complete opposite. Her writing style seems a little dry at first, but I'm glad I stuck with it, because everytime the main character Janie opened her mouth to say anything, there'd I'd be giggling away. There were moments where I completely and utterly related to her in such a way that it was scary. One section of the book just seemed out of place and I was left wondering why it was there at all, but it was only one small chapter thankfully. Couldn't get enough it.. I've got another Melissa Bank book out from the library, The Wonder Spot, I hope it's every bit as good. Ooh, and the other thing was, strangely there was a character in this book who also suffered from acute pancreatitis, isn't that odd? Of course his was from alcoholish, not boring old gall stones like me, but still.. the coincidences!


  1. Hi Michelle! I loved this book as well! I suppose there's something weird about her [Janie] that I can totally relate to haha! It's a gem, really.

    on a side note: Wanted to thank you for visiting my site and for affirming my dorkiness as well! hehe! Dorks are actually pretty cool ;)

  2. A big YAY! for dorks worldwide :)


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